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Poster: Christine Hennig Date: Jan 14, 2004 12:37pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: Prelicon

I still have a lot of films I haven't seen yet, but of the ones I have seen, here are the ones I think are the best (in no particular order):

Bounty Paper Towels
America Goes Over
Act Your Age
Activity Group Therapy
An American Girl
Boys Beware
Build Your Vocabulary
A Date with Your Family
Dating Dos and Don'ts
Habit Patterns
The Home Economics Story
Shy Guy
What About Prejudice?
Aluminum on the March
America for Me
American Women: Partners in Research
Booked for Safekeeping
A Case of Spring Fever
The Days of Our Years
Hired!
Master Hands
Once Upon a Honeymoon
Out of This World
To New Horizons
Young Man's Fancy
A Is for Atom
The Army Nurse
Combat Fatigue: Insomnia
December 7, 1941
Duck and Cover
All the Way Home
Angry Boy
Ask Me, Don't Tell Me
Valley Town
Coffee House Rendezvous
Columbia Revolt
Gags and Gals

Like Spuzz, I give high ratings to films that are "so bad they're good." So the ones I consider to be *really* bad are generally ones I find boring. At the moment, the most tedious Prelinger film that comes to mind is The Alchemist in Hollywood, though I found Brandon to be pretty soporific as well.

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